l04sl - IftheinstrumentschassisisnotconnectedtotheAC

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If the instrument’s chassis is not connected to the AC power ground, the chassis is said to “float” above ground. If none of the input or output connectors of an instrument are internally connected to AC ground the instrument is said to “float.” If one or more of the input or output connectors are internally connected to the AC ground the instrument is said to be grounded. Floating Simpson Meter Model 260 7 Analog Multimeter Fluke 73 Hand Held Digital Multimeter Agilent 3630A Triple DC Power Supply Agilent 34401A Digital Multimeter Tektronix AFG 3022B Arbitrary/Function Generator National Instruments ELVIS II+ Philips/Fluke 6300 LCR Meter Hewlett Packard 3311A Function Generator Grounded Tektronix 3012B Oscilloscope
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Programming HP33220A Function Gen for Two Tones f p 1 := ω p 2 π f p := xt ( ) sin
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